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3D Pix

Description

This plugin adds the shortcode [3dpix] which embeds a 3D image from Phereo.com into your post.

3D Pix shortcode syntax:

    [3dpix id="4d37dbde378501ef25a80300" width="600" height="400" mode="anaglyph"]

    Where the parameters are:

        id - the Phereo.com image number...you can find this in the Phereo.com URL or Embed Code (Required)
            A Phereo embed: <iframe  src="http://phereo.com/e/embed/4d37dbde378501ef25a80300/anaglyph/500.300/important" 
                    width="500" height="300" frameborder="1" vspace="0" hspace="0" 
                    marginwidth="0" marginheight="0" scrolling="no" noresize>
                    <p>See stereo 3D on <a href="http://phereo.com">Phereo</a>.</p></iframe> 
            In this case the id is 160

            Or an Phereo.com URL: http://phereo.com/Nductiv/image/4d37dbde378501ef25a80300/
            In this case the id is 4d37dbde378501ef25a80300

        width - width in pixels of the embedded 3D picture (Optional)

        height - height in pixels of the embedded 3D picture (Optional)

        mode - 3D display mode: anaglyph, parallel, crossed, vinterlaced, hinterlaced, chinterlaced, animated, or nvidia (Optional)

Defaults for the optional parameters can be set on the plugin settings page.
If the optional parameters are not specificed in the post/page shortcode,
the defaults set on this page will be used.

3D Pix also adds a 3D Pix icon to the tinymce editor which can be used to insert the shortcode and set options.

Screenshots

  • Settings page - shows the default width, height, and display mode for [3dpix] shortcodes which do not explicitly set them to different values.
  • 3D Pix page/post editor button and the dialog to select the 3d image, width, height, and display mode.
  • Typical [3dpix] shortcode inside a page
  • This is how an anaglyph 3D Pix is displayed on a WordPress page/post.

Installation

  1. Upload 3dPix folder to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  3. Adjust the default parameters for the shortcode in the WordPress Settings->3D Pix area
  4. Have fun inserting shortcodes

FAQ

What is Phereo.com?

A free site where people share stereoscopic photos.

Can I put my own photos on Phereo?

If you’ve got a 3D camera or other way of creating a left and right eye view
in digital format, you can sign up for a free account and upload.

Contributors & Developers

“3D Pix” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

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Interested in development?

Browse the code, check out the SVN repository, or subscribe to the development log by RSS.

Changelog

1.0.1

  • Added support for the new Phereo image numbering system. 3D Pix works with either the old or new system.

1.0.0

  • Fixed some PHP syntax errors

0.2

  • First release